Why are men so angry over the fact that women have become so much better at tech?
The answer may lie in the way women have been treated.
And it may have something to do with the way men have been groomed.
And maybe it has nothing to do at all with how much women love tech.
That’s the takeaway from a new study that finds that for every year women in tech have been paid less than men for similar work.
This year, women earned an average of $5.31 per hour less than their male counterparts.
In 2018, women earn an average wage of $6.07 per hour.
Women are being paid more than men.
The study also finds that women are getting more women into senior leadership positions.
But when the gender pay gap is looked at through the lens of their experiences, the results are far less encouraging.
What is the gender wage gap?
The wage gap is the difference between the pay of men and women when compared to men and their pay when compared with women.
Women’s wage gap can be estimated by taking a look at the ratio of the wage earned by men to that of women in each occupation in a given occupation.
For instance, if the ratio is 100:1, women will earn about 93% of what men will.
Women earn an annual median salary of about $60,000 and an average annual wage of about 85% of that.
But this year, the median pay for women in the United States has been only $43,000.
If the median income of women and men were the same, then men would earn about 92% of the median salary for women and about 89% of their median salary.
So, in essence, women have gotten a bigger raise than men have.
But the real story isn’t just the pay difference, it’s how the gender gap is constructed.
As women and people of color have become more prominent in tech and in leadership positions, the gender earnings gap has widened.
In 2016, women were making about 88 cents for every dollar men were earning, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
By 2020, that ratio had risen to 88 cents to every dollar earned by women.
And that ratio has increased every year since then, according the Bureau.
That means the pay gap between women and the men in their respective jobs has grown every year, and the gap has grown bigger and bigger for people of all genders.
What about the tech?
What is being done about the pay disparity?
While some companies have done much to reduce the pay inequities in their workplace, many companies still have not.
That is, some companies, particularly those that make money from technology, have not yet done enough to improve the pay equality of their workers.
That includes tech giants such as Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook.
Companies that make more than $1 billion in revenue have not taken action to address the pay disparities between men and a woman on the same job, according an analysis by the Pew Research Center.
Women in tech are still paid about 77 cents for the same work as men, according a report released by the American Association of University Women.
The pay disparity persists for those who are also women.
According to the Pew report, the ratio between the median wage of men to women for the entire tech industry remains at 83 cents to the dollar.
The median annual wage for women is about $30,000 but the gap between their salaries and men’s is at $57,000, and women earn about 77% of men’s salary.
But companies are still struggling to address this disparity.
A recent report by the Center for American Progress found that “almost all” of the major tech companies surveyed by the organization had not reached the minimum wage of their employees.
And companies are often unwilling to raise wages for their workers because of the “discomfort” it brings.
For example, while Google has been the target of many feminist protests, the company’s pay and benefits haven’t budged since it reached a $19.99 hourly wage for its female employees in 2012.
It’s not just the tech companies that have a gender pay disparity.
The Pew report found that, in 2018, female executives at large technology companies received less than 70% of female-held senior leadership roles.
And even when companies have gone above and beyond their legal and ethical guidelines, their pay gap persists.
This includes women in leadership roles at Google, Microsoft, Apple, Facebook, Twitter, Netflix and Amazon.
The report also found that in the last four years, women CEOs in the U.S. have received an average salary of just $3.6 million.
Women hold just 3.3% of senior leadership jobs at the Fortune 500 companies, which are collectively worth $2.4 trillion, but these women make about a third of the overall CEOs in those companies.
This is not a new problem for women.
It is part of the story behind the current wage gap, according.
That story is that women get paid less for doing less work, because they are more likely